On October 25th and 26th, Visit Milwaukee is hosting 20 vetted and selected meeting planners that represent thousands of tourists and millions of dollars in economic impact for 2013 and beyond. These planners, from national and international associations and fraternal organizations are currently considering Milwaukee as the destination for a future city-wide convention. They have […]
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Think Wisconsin is just brats, beer, and cheese? Think again! Recently, the Milwaukee BizTimes published that Wisconsin is expected to be the nation’s top cranberry producing state for the 18th year in a row.
Professional Events and Consulting is growing! We are currently in the process of expanding our staff this fall.
Meet Nicole, one of PEC’s Event Coordinators. You can find Nicole on LinkedIn here.
While PEC serves businesses around the country, and even internationally, we are proud to be housed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Recently, a campaign call DearMKE has launched to show the world what we Milwaukee residents love about our city. The campaign is made up of 12 documentaries that are growing into a film, and each documentary […]
Here at PEC, we take the work-hard mentality seriously. In our industry, it’s important to stay on top of client’s needs and industry trends, but we also realize the importance of getting out of the office once in a while to play. On a beautiful Friday afternoon, PEC rode the Milwaukee Pedal Tavern to say […]
Here at PEC, we are always looking for ways to give our clients the best value on a limited budget. In an effort to avoid wasteful spending, we monitor Meetings and Conventions’ Frugal Planner’s Tip of the Week. Today we are rounding up our favorite four tips from the Frugal Planner.
Meet Angie, one of PEC’s summer interns.
A simple guide to client obsession…and a better bottom line! An incredible lack of customer service has taken over our culture like a bad epidemic. What has happened to the motto “the customer comes first” or “the customer is always right”? It seems good employees are a dying breed and good customer service is a […]
You may have guessed it: not all planners are created equal. In searching for a meeting planner, you should be prepared to asked pointed questions with regard to your potential planner’s reputation and ability to service your group’s specific needs.
Meetings done right.